New York Giants
There’s no getting around the fact that the Bears’ defensive line has underwhelmed this season.
Time offers the opportunity for perspective, so I thought it would be a good idea to wait each week to give my thoughts on the Bears game.
After getting a chance to review the film, Bears head coach Marc Trestman met the media Friday afternoon to discuss Thursday night’s 27-21 win over the New York Giants.
Here’s Durkin’s take on how Week 6 will play out.
The Bears may have lost another key defensive player for the season.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Bears improved to 4-2 with their win over the Giants on Thursday night.
Zero sacks. Zero turnovers. The Bears hadn’t done that since Dec. 23, 2007 against the Green Bay Packers.
Nobody said it had to be pretty.
The signs were there in Bourbonnais.
Jay Cutler threw two touchdown passes to Brandon Marshall, and Tim Jennings had two of the Chicago Bears’ three interceptions against Eli Manning in a 27-21 victory over the winless New York Giants on Thursday night.
Despite their 0-5 record, the New York Giants still have the pieces to form a potent passing attack.
The Bears are at a critical point in the schedule and while they have suffered a couple of missed steps against the Lions and the Saints, they are still in a strong position to get their season back on track.
Our experts make their predictions for Thursday’s Bears-Giants game at Soldier Field.
Everything the Bears didn’t do in their first five offensive possessions against the Saints they will try to accomplish against the Giants.
A short week could leave the Bears shorthanded Thursday night against the Giants.
Tom Coughlin’s 2013 Giants are in uncharted territory.
The Giants have the firepower to put points on the board.
After four weeks, five unbeaten teams remain. Here’s Durkin’s take on how Week 5 plays out.
After a wild Week 3, seven undefeated teams remain.
The league-wide air raid continues. There have been 23 individual 300-yard performances through two weeks, tying an NFL record.